Wrap. 1 coloured cloth for men (in two parts).
Cotton cloth, two identical cloths tied together, formerly displayed in the East Corridor. Made of four strips stitched together along selvedge. Central two strips plain black, outer panels are striped orange, green and black. Along short ends are rows of fine twining. Warp ends twisted into tassels, tied off at ends with white thread.

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